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Femto Science announces the selection of UVOTECH Systems as their US Sales and Support representative, to further enhance its service to customers throughout the United States. UVOTECH is a scientific equipment distributor with the expertise to provide a full range of technical and support services. Headquartered in Newark, California, UVOTECH specializes in UV-Ozone and Plasma Cleaning systems as well as Plasma Etching, Reactive Ion Etching and Chemical Vapor Deposition systems used in MEMS, Optoelectronics, Biotechnology and Semiconductor industries.
"With more than 12 years of industry experience, UVOTECH Systems was selected to represent Femto Science based on their experience, knowledge, customer support and responsiveness," said Ms. Chang, Founder and President of Femto Science. "We are building a complete support operation in the United States while increasing our presence among new customers. The addition of UVOTECH Systems as our US distributor will greatly benefit this effort by providing excellent service to educational, government and private institutions."
About Femto Science, Inc.
Femto Science is a leading manufacturer of Plasma Cleaning systems, etching (RIE and ICP) as well as Parylene coating systems (CVD) located in South Korea.
About UVOTECH Systems
UVOTECH Systems, Inc. is a leading distributor of UV-Ozone and Plasma Cleaning systems based in Silicon Valley, California. UVOTECH offers an extensive range of high quality and reliable surface treatment systems available in the market.
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